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than verizon. rethink possible. >>> our third story, as the northeast struggles to recover from sandy, a new winter storm could hit the mid-atlantic and new england next week. chad, this is pretty hard to imagine. >> i know. now, it's six days away. it's hard to predict a nor'easter 24 hours out, but the same model that predicted the hurricane and within 15 miles, five days out, is predicting this. let me show you how it's going to set up. warm in the west, cold in the east. that is always the set-up for the potential of a nor'easter to come over the top, develop down here in the gulf, then run up the east coast. the east coast gets cold, then snows. could rain, but probably snows. here is that model. forward it to monday. it rains on tuesday in florida. that could affect the election a little bit, but then on wednesday, it runs up to the east coast, now, this is not a 100 mile per hour storm. half the houses don't have roofs. but you're going to see any way the next couple of nights, all close to freezing at night and five million people without power which means no heat. you have to
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street. i got three bars on the iphone and four bars on the verizon air card and a guy selling hot coffee. maybe they were walking dead post apocalyptic world of scant resources that was lower manhattan. the surprise came from the chinese purchasing manager's number. a string of disappointing figures from the totally more abundant economy. but we didn't get it. you got your first chinese guide up, not guide down. the best of the year. this was just joyous. no one was looking for this. suddenly i didn't care. here was a number that didn't fit into the near universally pieces. the ceo of choice global came on our show last month brandishing data showing that chinese electric output bottomed and is coming up. it is coming roaring back. that's why you saw the gains you did today. the biggest industrial is cummins, the engine maker. they rallied $5.17 today, that's up a dozen points. how about nike? bemoaned performance in china, up $3.95 today. copper company looked like it had been sliding back purchased during the darker days suddenly launched a $1.62. how about eden? that company lowered e
first regular season game at the verizon center excited to play in front of the home crowd. >> i'm really excited. my family will be there and actually this is my town now. this is my city so to speak so now i have to be here to represent and show what i'm capable of doing as well as my teammates. we have a great team this year. hopefully the fans will support us through the whole year. >> your local college football games today linebacker turned qb sean petty and the terps host georgia tech. virginia hits the road to face nc state. it's the battle for the real deal in d.c. as howard battles with hampton. west virginia visits tcu. navy welcomes the fighting alfred morrises otherwise known as the florida atlantic owls. don't forget the other football going on later. d.c. united kicking off the 2012 playoffs hosting the new york red bulls at rfk tonight at 8:00. hoping their fans get rfk rocking. and that's your sports minute. i'm carol maloney. hope your saturday is a good one. >> thanks. the time is 6:25. up next in our next half hour of news 4 today cries for help from people in
the largest number of outages right now. mobile cell phone carriers, including sprint, verizon and at&t say they're working to restore service just as quickly as possible. >> while thousands of people try to figure out their next steps after this storm, stories of resilience and human kindness are also emerging. more on sandy, ruin and recovery, coming up tonight in a special edition of "rock center." that's at 10:00 here on nbc 4. >>> developing at this hour, the suspect in a series of stafford county pipe bombings is under arrest in montana. the stafford county sheriff's department said 25-year-old laurence stewart ii threw pipe bombs at police when they tried to pull him over today. stewart also had a handgun. but police eventually caught him after a foot chase. he's now facing multiple charges including attempted murder. stewart is wanted for targeting an ex-girlfriend and two police officers with homemade pipe bombs. >>> just five days now for the campaign for the white house. battleground virginia is in the center of it all. mitt romney has three stops today in the commonwealth. while
. verizon made a huge investment in building out fios and building out their own network. i remember at the time a lot of people in the business community thought they were crazy. didn't know they would make the money at. now they are known as having the best network. they made the most of it. maybe if our utility companies were really for-profit and weren't so regulated they would compete against each other and build a great network and use this power company because they delivered power and don't have blackouts? i smell the government behind this problem. i know i'm paranoid but i think here i'm just right. >> well, again it is a case-by-case basis, right? for some communities it could work out well. could be a good investment. and for others it's, it may just be better to keep the lines above-ground. by certainly, when you, in times of disaster and if we see more storms like this, then it's possible more people are going to be demanding they have their lines buried underground. melissa: david. thanks for coming on. we appreciate it. you're a good sport. >> all right. thank you. me
to bail them out again. >> flooding in homes and businesses. verizon sent out a picture of the lobby of one of their big buildings not far from here during the night of the storm. there was a foot of hudson river in there and that's a case for a lot of different things down here in downtown new york and throughout. let's not forget it wasn't just new york. new jersey perhaps hardest hit of any particular state. >> i wonder how little we know. i was watching tv. we were having helicopter problems. suddenly there is atlantic city in real life. you realize that chris christie had what we were looking for on google maps. suddenly you realize, holy cow. this is katrina-like. loss of life, no. but property. where did it go? >> the mayor is going to ring the opening bell here this morning. the president apparently reportedly this morning wanted to visit manhattan. bloomberg said i can't spare the cops right now. he's going to instead visit the jersey shore with governor christie. that's the level we're at where we're not able to receive the sitting president of the united states. it says a
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heard endlessly that revenues have disappointed. how about these, panera, honeywell, ppg, verizon, yahoo, comcast, the parent company of this network. these companies beat and raised and could all be down because of a market-wide selloff. tlef remarkably gootd charts that could bounce when the selloff smoke clears. the market goes down even when it's closed. but we also have a plan. use it. we can profit from the market's malaise. we've just had to find the winners more than we had to at the market's bottom three short years ago. stick with cramer. >> stick connected with cramer on madmoney.cnbc.com. ally bank. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? no. if he can't, no one can. that's why ally has a raise your rate cd. ally bank. your money needs an ally. >> i want to congratulate the new york stock exchange and nasdaq and doing the right thing and not trying to one-up each other competition thing. boy, i ho
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at the verizon center. i thought he looked okay. knocked down first two, three pointers but missed his final 6 shots. picked and ripped for an easy dunked. and the wizards lost. what i liked about him is that as a 19-year-old, he took his first performance to heart. he said look, i wasn't there men alley or physically. it's unacceptable. this is not the bradley you are going to see. i'm just a rocky. he said no -- rookie. one of the leagues up and coming teams. we didn't think houston we'd keep an eye on. they have jeremy lin. we all talked about him last year. he left new york to go to h town. 12 points and 8 assists. they call him the beard . can you see the beard on james hardon. one of the best beards in the league. i think he has a twitter account that's just the beard. >> takes emphasis off the fohawk. >> 37 points, 4 steals and got an $80 million contract. >> what? >> we're in the wrong profession people. >> not really cause i can't play ball. >> i guess i am too. that's why we're all here. we don't have the $80 million. >> but the wizards weren't on the other night. >> saturday night r
of parties so they can have sanitation. verizon is setting up a tower. that is a situation right now. we have been watching total strangers come by on this street offering food and water to people who live here. that is the latest from the situation here. no need to tell you they are. that's the marathon will be run did they think it should be postponed for another week. connell: thank you very much, adam. dagen: by the way, i just re- tweeted a column about why the marathon should not be run. power outages, meantime, still causing major problems. unbelievable, almost undescribable problems for drivers. take a look at this video. long lines at gas stations. not because of a lack of supply, but because many gas stations are still without power. connell: there is no baffling to give them. liz mcdonald is live with us on the telephone right now. what are you seeing there? >> good to be with you. we are 60 miles outside of new york city at a gas station. patients seems to be almost running on empty. 70% of the gas stations remain closed in new jersey. we are seeing state troopers along the way. w
. >> they do. but verizon was working. so you could get high speed internet. >> that defeats the purpose, you go to the hotel and it has no power. what floor were you on? >> 14th floor. but the operators did operate. i did walk up and down a couple times, but -- they had backup power. >> don't trust the backup power. >> and we had a fire alarm at 1:00 a.m., 12:30. so a long evening. >> hearing the trees all around and you don't know when one is -- last time one hit my house. >> i know. >> you worry about all the people that are out there. >> you worry about where you park your car. first i had them huddled in front toying and i'm like why am i putting them right next to each other? so then i spread them out. >> anyway, it is a situation we are still waiting to see how much damage is out there waiting for first light this morning to get a better assessment of things. when we come back -- >> did you hear what the hair tweeted? joe kernen's hair? joe kernen's hair one, sandy zero. should i retweet that? i might retweet that. in your case, you just don't shower. >> let's be honest. there was no p
. >> you mentioned the main data center you thought was working fine, but verizon had some damage, some of the people on the floor, of course, use cell phones to communicate with their offices, that's pretty spotty right now. what are you doing to make sure that's going to be functional? >> the cell phone usage is spotty for all of us in lower manhattan right now. also some of the internet connections are slow. so if people use that for their data feeds, that's slow. we've been giving each of the brokers one of our own lines to make incoming or outgoing calls. you've got internet, so i think we're trying to cover them with as much phone and data help we can to help them run their business from down here and i'll give you another update right after the opening, okay? we'll see you then. >> thank you very much. >> guys, i think the most important thing is the connectivity issue is the primary concern they've got. duncan said that to me many times. they want to make sure the main data center is working. you heard from him, it is. the concern is that act says to the verizon because the subs
in business. 311 has long waiting times right now. please use 311 online or text 311. verizon had problems with their lines but we managed to keep some of the 311 lines open. 911 has been going without a itch had. delays got up to five minutes. last time i checked they were minimal. 911 has to be reserved only for life-threatening things, not for a tree, please. we just got to make sure if somebody has a real emergency, we can get to them. and in terms of real emergencies, if you see a power line down don't go some people killed for stepping in a puddle where a power line had also touched the water. jenna: quick summary by mayor bloomberg for the entire city of new york. here is some of the highlights. no schools tomorrow. no airports. no subways. no us abouts. there are freeways into the city of manhattan, few ways out, of course that being an island. another thing you mentioned the evacuation of a few hospitals including nyu langone. that is where our own dr. siegel, would. he will join us in an hour and about the evacuation and health concerns he has. if you like to watch more of mayor
the roll out. my blackberry, we saw verizon work fine in lower manhattan. not as good for my iphone, which uses up more bandwidth. one of the biggest issues post sandy is finding gasoline. lines in new york and new jersey are sometimes more than 100 cars deep. mary thompson is live at one of those. >> we're here in ridgefield, new jersey. if you were entering this rest stop, anyone who drives along the turnpike know this is one. if you enter from the north, you'll wait in line maybe 25 minutes. from the south, your wait could be longer. clearance thomas told us he waited for two hours. >> it's been horrible. lines long everywhere. ran out of gas once. survived it. got back on the road. then got up early this morning, like 7:00, get over there to get gas. >> the lines began forming in new jersey and on long island yesterday. a lot of gas stations in these areas aren't open because they don't have electricity and some have run out of gasoline though some are still selling diesel fuel. the supply chain disrupted, too, making a bad situation worse. a number of terminals here in the new jersey,
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union representatives in this country are utility workers, verizon, these kind of places in new york, new jersey, they don't care. these guys are ruthless. they're tough. when they go on strike and things like that, they go underground. they start cutting wires and setting fires. these are just stories i've heard from people who are in the unions. we all know, anybody who lives in jersey, you know these union members, they don't care. their interests come first, period. there is nothing else. i can believe that they took someone who drove all the way up from alabama said no thanks. >> steve: the scary thing is, talking about we don't have any heat, between now and a week from now, the mercury in my neighborhood in new jersey will drop down into the 20s and 30s every night over the next week. people are freezing. they're going to the malls to warm up. >> absolutely. >> gretchen: thank you. now today's headlines, atlantis is on the move. in florida, they are preparing for its road trip. there will be a retirement ceremony today. atlantis has flown 33 missions. it's the last of nasa's s
,000 more 4g cities and towns than verizon. rethink possible. >>> welcome back, everybody. just minutes away from what could be a bombshell to the presidential campaign. the october jobs report comes out in about 13 minutes. romney supporter, greg walden, nice to see you, sir. >> nice to be with you. >> appreciate that. unemployment could tick up, they're saying to 7.9%. sluggish, slow, but job growth. what do you think of this number? do you think that's probably accurate? >> i have no idea whether it's accurate or not. as you say, the economy is sluggish, it's slow. it's not what we were promised. the president said if they just enacted his plan, unemployment rate would be at 5.3% right now. that's 8.5 million americans that don't have work that were told follow the president's plan, you'll have work. and they don't have it. so, i mean, this is not the kind of recovery you expect. it's not what we've had coming out of any other recession. you've had over 6 million americans on long-term unemployment that, at its peak, is almost double any other president going clear back to ronald reagan's
that make you feel? >> reporter: it makes me feel better. i didn't know that we had verizon down here. you're broadcasting it but we need people to help us. piping hot meals prepared by our partner southern paptivity and loaded on red cross trucks. but the problem is a lot of people are not able to even charge their cell phones so you have to rely on old forms of communication. >> yes, friends of friends and turning into information and trying to get information for us. we have nothing. i'm supposed to report to work yesterday, bloomberg told everyone if they don't get come you're not going get paid. my home is more important. how do you this to people. we don't know if we're going to pay you or not. i don't know if my husband as a job. it's up setting and it's up set what he's doing to the city. help us out. come down and see for yourself what we're living in. it's been horrible. and i'm the lucky one. some people have been stuck up in their bedrooms for three days. we need help. we need help. >> reporter: thank you very much g luck to you. -- much. good luck to you. >> that is difficult
. covering 3,000 more 4g cities and towns than verizon. rethink possible. >> election day is exactly one week away but the storm has put politics as usual on hold for now. president obama has been at the white house monitoring the federal response. his only appearance came when he made a quick visit to the national headquarters of the american red cross here in washington. >> my instructions to the federal agent has been do not figure out why we can't do something. i want you to figure out how we do something. i want you to cut through red tape. i want you to cut through bureaucracy. there is no excuse for inaction. i want every agency to lean forward and make sure we are getting the resources where they -- where they are needed as quickly as possible. and to them and to the communities that have been hit so hard is we're going to do everything we can to get resources to you and make sure that any unmet need that i -- that is identified we are responding to it as quickly as possible. and i told the mayors and governors if they are getting no for an answer somewhere in the federal government,
. for example, can they get all the data feeds in and out? this is in a sense a verizon issue, got to make sure, and that's one of the things, probably the single most important thing right now. they have to be able to test and make sure they can get in and out all the data feeds. they have been testing the backup generators. they functioned beautifully overnight. you saw the red, white and blue at the entrance there with the columns working very well, fuel is there. they got to make sure that people can get there. hopefully, and there's some hopeful signs, that the brujs and tunnels will be open. again, they do not need the subways open. they have lists. they have about 200 people at the new york stock exchange for the floor to open, lists of how to carpool people in. any damage in to the facilities outside of the area that might be important, the building itself i am told is fine, but there may be some other outside buildings that may be important that they have to check out, and finally, in the event that there's an issue testing the backup plan. >> all right. with all that in mind we take t
. it has still been harassing the erogenous channel is it -- the verizon as zones of the political body. >> he is out of control. >> with that, we end our coverage of this final light of the democratic convention in charlotte. >> i am gwen ifill, thank you for being with us. >> major funding has been provided by -- [applause] >> i think we did it after the republican convention. >> we just wanted it to be over. we had just spent two weeks in a tiny both with our dearest, closest friends. we got on the air every night at about 6:00, and get off around 11:00. we are on c-span, so i cannot say what i wanted to say, but say things did not happen because we were in that booth. >> did you have a special sense of accomplishment? >> because of the two women -- we really did not think about it that way. we like to think that we were chosen because we have a lot of experience, between us, what is it, a couple of hundred years? >> wait a second. >> for me. she has only been active for a few years. because we have been doing this for a long time, covering politics, we love covering politics and we
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